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Getting Ready For The Maynard Public Library & Quarantine Concert # 16

Coming up tomorrow, July 31, 2020…

Wow, another gig

Yeah, this is exciting. Two shows for me to do this weekend. The Maynard Public Library and us here at the Fur Peace Ranch on August First.

Saturday night…

Yeah, given what we all have to deal with, this is a good thing for us. Hope to ‘see’ you all out there!

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  1. Ed
    July 30th, 2020 at 09:51 | #1

    Apologies for mounting the soapbox here, but tomorrow night’s venue is a reminder of the crucial role of free public libraries in this country. Many need help these days. If you can find a way to support your local one, it’s a good deed that will benefit your community.

  2. carey georgas
    July 30th, 2020 at 12:27 | #2

    @Ed
    Hear, hear!

  3. July 30th, 2020 at 14:21 | #3

    Great noble gesture

    Read

  4. Tom NY
    July 30th, 2020 at 15:29 | #4

    @Ed
    Yes to the libraries!! The Cov, (the kids are calling it the ‘Cove”), the Rona has libraries closed here in my part of New York.

  5. Tom Turner
    July 30th, 2020 at 18:26 | #5

    Our libraries are open in SE Texas (Montgomery County). The folks working at the library are very happy for use of their services. Masks and distancing guidelines are followed. They are happy I use the ILL service. Inter Library Loan program. They can get almost any book or CD if it is in a library. It took a few months but I was able to get “Manhole”. Yeah Buddy!

  6. DennisK
    July 31st, 2020 at 12:27 | #6

    Would love to hear some “Terrible Operation Blues” tonight at the Library…. Yas, Yas, Yas.

  7. Dan Nigro
    July 31st, 2020 at 16:48 | #7

    Two shows !! almost like being on tour !! Unfortunately the library is still closed here in Palm Beach county. I did finish “Hamilton” before I did a Barnes and Noble run (amazing how politics has changed so little in over 250 years). The summer reading list, started with World War Z (Max Brooks, Mels son) a zombie apocalypse with amazing similarity to COVID management. Ball Lightning, another Chinese science fiction story I have heard its better than the Three Body Problem trilogy. Pineapple Grenade, another in the Tom Dorsey series with Serge and Coleman, I suppose you need to live in Florida to appreciate the insanity. Thanks Captain, Enjoy and stay safe

  8. carey georgas
    July 31st, 2020 at 17:06 | #8

    @Tom Turner
    Hey, brother! You’re the first one I’ve seen on here from my neck of the woods. Hardin County, me. Ain’t but one county over. I went and saw Jorma in Tomball a ‘bout a year and a half ago, and felt like I was the only native Texan in the house. Everyone at my table, even a couple from Beaumont, migrated from somewhere else. You a native?

  9. gregg
    July 31st, 2020 at 18:40 | #9

    YEA JOHN 0 U KILLING ME I CANT GET UP THERE THIS SUMMER JUST WAY TO MUCH WORK. BEEN CHECKING WEATHER AND WEBCABS UP THERE AND SEE WHAT IM MISSING G S.I.N.Y.

  10. carey georgas
    July 31st, 2020 at 20:31 | #10

    You can donate through the library’s website by joining as a friend. Easy peasy.

  11. eaglesteve
    July 31st, 2020 at 20:34 | #11

    Dug today’s show Jorm. Thank you.
    Joey?
    Nerfy!

  12. DennisK
    July 31st, 2020 at 21:15 | #12

    Fantastic show tonight. Thanks for playing Terrible Operation. That was really cool. See ya tomorrow.

  13. Sweet William-O
    July 31st, 2020 at 21:21 | #13

    The greatest knowledge a person can possess is the address of the local library.
    – Albert Einstein

  14. Dan Nigro
    August 1st, 2020 at 08:56 | #14

    Marjorie was a powerful spirit in a tiny body. To call her an overachiever is an understatement. Warm and personable with a quirky sense of humor along with all her talent, her breakfast concert was a highlight (of many) of my Entrance Ramp. She left us too soon, but maybe thats why her star burned so bright while she was with us.